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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] Re: Move of input drivers, some word needed from you
    At 13:47 22.08.00, Alan Cox wrote:
    >Ironically, the input device isnt what you want for an embedded box
    >either. Its
    >too generic and it increases the footprint again. Handling just the devices
    >actually there in whatever isnt X11 will do fine.

    Increases the footprint? I don't believe that. Eg. if you have any kind of
    keyboard input, it's nearly impossible to get rid of pc_keyb.c right now
    (embedded is PPC and ARM business) and it has ~1000 lines,
    usbkbd.c+input.c+keybdev.c ends up with less code... :-).

    Franz.

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